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Any HH graphics out there? 
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Post Any HH graphics out there?
I'm hoping to start up a Haunted Highlands game in a couple of days and was hoping to find some campaign-specific graphics I can use for my handouts.

I bought both the print and the PDF versions, so I know I can grab some images from that. I also have the hex-map (very nice, by the way).

I was kind of hoping to find a wooden-looking sign for "Dirty's Roadhouse" or something like that.

Anyone do anything neat visually with this setting yet?
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Sun Jun 21, 2009 1:20 am
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Well, I'm not great with graphics but here are a couple that I put together.
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Mon Jun 22, 2009 12:34 am
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I like the 2nd one. Similar to some stuff I have. I'll try to post them up later (but I'm nuts busy so I apologize if i dont get right to it).

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Tue Jun 23, 2009 1:38 pm
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I like the 2nd one best as well. What I do for my gamers is put together handouts (often in "newspaper" format) that has history and background along with some rumors, etc., so that they remember what has happened and get clues on what they may want to do next. Such things need pictures!
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Wed Jun 24, 2009 10:57 am
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Thats awesome. I admit I used to really go to town when I did stuff for Necro doing various handouts and supplementals that went with releases. Unfortunately web-hosting and time became issues.

Good fun though. Till next week I am neck deep in a grad level writing course! After the 4th and before Troll Con maybe I will have a moment to put up some of my Dirty Bowbe's Roadhouse T shirt designs and what not! I have some sketches and such as well that are on my old website (which hasn't been updated in forever)

For example Bowbe

Bull

(this one was made into the Hans Bulman 2666 figure by Reaper Miniatures! Woot!)

Bull Again (This time he had been bet into wearing a dress by those frisky roadhouse maids).


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